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Articles tagged Classical Conversations

Andrew Pudewa

Pudewa and record crowd to highlight 5th CC Capstone Cruise

by John
Friday, 25 October, 2019
categories: Articles
SOUTHERN PINES, NC—Andrew Pudewa, internationally known education speaker, will be joining the 2020 Classical Conversations Capstone Cruise May 4-8 on board the Carnival cruise ship Liberty.   Pudewa will be speaking to a packed house as cruise participation continues...
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Thomas Bryan

Challenge IV student scores perfect 36 on ACT

by John
Thursday, 15 August, 2019
categories: Articles
A long-time Classical Conversations student earned a perfect score on the ACT last month.   Thomas Bryan, 17, from Thomasville, Georgia, learned of his perfect score in a letter from Marten Roorda, ACT chief executive officer.   “I was hoping I could get a perfect...
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Jae, Derek, Zoe and Julieta Woo

Classical Conversations serves California family well

by John
Wednesday, 24 July, 2019
categories: Articles
Julieta Woo says she has never won a drawing or a contest in her life, so she was surprised to learn there was a drawing for the recent Challenge Graduates Survey for Parents and Students and doubly surprised that she had  won the drawing and the $300 prize.   Julieta...
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Kara Miller

Challenge III student earns CLT National Award

by John
Monday, 08 July, 2019
categories: Articles
A Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, high school student posted one of the highest scores on the Classical Learning Test this summer, earning a National Award and a $2,500 scholarship.   The CLT is a nationally-standardized college entrance exam designed for students who have...
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Leigh Bortins with Tobin Seiple

Indiana CC student wins $10,000 NMM championship

by John
Tuesday, 07 May, 2019
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Fishers, Indiana—Tobin Seiple is just 11, but his ability to memorize facts is amazing. So amazing, in fact, that the Fishers student won a national memory championship and a $10,000 cash prize April 30.   The gregarious sixth-grader was one of 16 finalists in the...
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